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Hi I'm Rebecca Price

I'm a wife and mother. I worked for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks as a paralegal. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a fourth generation Montanan. My family came here during the 1864 goldrush. I am married with five grown children. I retired from working as a paralegal in 2007. I love to hike and have a hiking blog called: http://hikingmontanablogspotcom.blogspot.com/ where I post often. I love spending time with my granchildren, quilting, and tole painting. Currently I am working on scannning and organizing my grandparents' historical pictures and documents so that all members of our family can have this information.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the church because I know that I lived before I was born, I came to earth to gain experience, and I will live again after I die. I try to live the teachings and commandments of the church. When I try my best, I know even more than this is the right way to live. All my feelings confirm this. Even if my feelings did not back up my belief in how I should live, the great blessings I have received would.

How I live my faith

I participate at church as a Webelos leader. I lead a den of seven Webelos. Webelos are ten-year-old cub scouts. This church calling is fun! I love trying to make Webelos interesting for the boys. The boys' two favorite badges to work on are Art and Outdoorsman. The boys love going to the Clay Arts Guild and learning how to hand build and use the pottery wheel when we do the Art badge. They get a kick out of helping start a campfire when we work on the Outdoorsman. These boys are wonderful! I also visit four women in our congregation every month. I try to help these women when they need help. I enjoy their fellowship.